ADO DEN HAAG V UTRECHT
ADO Den Haag have now gone 12 games since their last Eredivisie win (D7, L5) subsequently leaving them bottom of the championship.
Ruud Brood's side, who are seven points adrift of safety, have yet to win at home this season consequently picking up six points from 39 available.
FC Utrecht meanwhile returned to successful ways last time out when they ran out 0-1 winners at Fortuna Sittard.
On the road Utrecht have won their last four away matches on the bounce registering 10 goals whilst conceding just once.
Prediction: Utrecht Win
KASIMPASA V BESIKTAS
Kasimpasa were beaten 2-1 by Genclerbirligi last time out. They should have at least gotten a point as they did create quite a few chances but their finishing was off. Capa was sacked after the game and the board swiftly hired Can, who was sacked by Karagumruk same week. Can favors a counter-attacking style so expect Kasimpasa to play in their own half and use long balls to Varga and Erdogan on flanks to create chances.
Besiktas were held to a 1-1 draw by Fenerbahce last time out. They should have put the game to bed at 1-0 up but were denied by another amazing Bayindir display in Fenerbahce's goal. Yalcin was delighted with the timing of the international break as the likes of Aboubakar, Josef, and Hutchinson were in desperate need of rest. They will dominate possession here, and are likely to create and give away quite a few chances.
Both teams are likely to score but Besiktas are closer to a win.
Prediction: Both teams to score and over 3.5 Goals
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